Kaya Sting-a-ling

Sting-a-ling

A cross between Lotus Flower and White Widow, this potent nod to Shabba’s hit ranks as a hard hitter.  Sting-a-ling’s very pungent aroma is similar to licorice with a skunk undertone, perhaps due to its Kush heritage.

Sting-a-ling Table of Contents

Kaya Sting-a-ling Strain
10Expert Score
Sting-a-ling Flavor Scale

Sting-a-Ling has a skunky, earthy aroma with hints of pine as well as licorice-like notes that are pungent to say the least.

Earthy
7
Pungent
8
Pine
6

      AVO Ratings

      THC

      THC LEVELS

      20% THC

      CBD

      CBD LEVELS

      0% CBD

      Sting-a-ling Information

      This nod to Shabba Rank’s hit song Ting-A-Ling, is an indica that hits as hard as the track. Crossed between Lotus Flower and White Widow, Sting-a-ling’s aroma is earthy and has a hint of pine, but with its Kush heritage there is also a distinct licorice-like note with a skunk undertone that will linger.

      To hint on the licorice, we would pair this skunky flower with Sambuca, which is flavored with anise, the herbal spice that is responsible for the flavor of black licorice as well as absinthe, which is actually a fantastic second pairing.  The anise in these spirits is derived from aniseed, which has similar flavor to star anise, fennel or licorice, all of which have a similar taste, though none are related.  Absinthe is a high-proof spirit and should be handled with care, while Sambuca is traditionally a digestif and consumed after a meal.   A personal favorite anise-y digestif is Raki, which is a Turkish dining tradition.

      Sting-a-ling Effects

      Feelings
      Relaxed
      Euphoric
      Happy
      Uplifted
      Sleep

      Sting-a-ling Pairings

      Pairs With Music
      Shabba Ranks
      Ting-A-Ling 99%
      Shabba Ranks
      Mr. Loverman 85%
      A$AP Ferg
      Shabba Ranks 78%
      Pairs With Food
      Lamb Chops sizzled w/ Garlic
      Lemon juice, red pepper, oilive oil 82%
      Grilled Squid Salad
      with Arugula and Melon 79%
      Chicken Coconut Curry
      Basmati rice 66%
      Pairs With Spirits
      Absinthe
      anise heavyweight 80%
      Sambuca
      licorice digestif 75%
      Raki
      Turkish fave digestif 70%

      Where The Sting-a-ling Is Grown

      Sting-a-ling Summary

      Shabba Ranks gave us the hit that inspired Sting-a-ling, which is a hit of an indica strain at 20% THC.  Crossed between Lotus Flower and White Widow, this flower is potent and pungent with smooth euphoric effects that are relaxing and blissful.

      You’re sure to pick up hints of pine and licorice making this flower earthy with a pungent profile that leans on the skunky side.  We’d pair this with an anise-dominant spirit, preferably Absinthe, Sambuca or Raki, the latter two both traditional digestifs.

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